Wanted to install the latest BES Express (at the time of writing, this was 5.0.4) on a fresh Windows-server. Starting Setup.exe briefly shows the Blackberry splash-screen, then immediately crashes ("this program has stopped working...").
Apparently, RIM did some sloppy programming: changing the regional settings to English (US) or English (UK) resolves the issue.
A useful Technet article on sizing Exchange 2013:
If for some reason you need to enable Basic Authentication, you can do so quickly through the Exchange Management Shell. This is sometimes needed if you're migrating to Exchange from another (third-party) e-mail provider.
If you do not know what Basic Authentication is, you do not need this!
Start up EMS as an account which has the required permissions to make changes to the virtual directories used by Exchange. Then, run this:
Set-WebServicesVirtualDirectory -Identity "EWS (Default Web Site)" -BasicAuthentication $true
Note that Office365 has Basic Authentication enabled by default.
Exchange stores plenty of things in Active Directory, including mailbox information for each account. In case of a deinstallation of Exchange, this information usually remains behind, making it impossible to perform a new clean installation of Exchange and assigning a new mailbox to this user.
This command-line tool allows you to query and/or remove Exchange-attributes on AD objects (such as users and groups).
When deploying KMS on a Server 2012 R2, you may run into the error message saying nothing more but STATUS_SUCCESS.
The reason for this is that the KMS TCP Listening Port in the wizard, is by default set to 0, which is of course incorrect. Typing in the correct default value (1688) resolves the issue.
When your hyperlinks in your Outlook signature gets replaced by so-called "field codes", you may have inadvertedly pressed the magic key combo Alt+F9:
You can reverse the effect by pressing it again. This only works when the message field has focus.
There are some issues with Quake 4 on modern video cards. Even with Ultra Quality enabled, the graphics still looks awful: textures are at their lowest quality, shaders and shadows are missing, etc.
The problem can be resolved by editing q4baseQuake4Config.cfg in your game directory, and overwriting these values:
seta image_ignoreHighQuality "0" seta image_cacheMegs "512" seta image_downSize "0"
Also, for Windows 8 and 8.1, you may have to enable compatibility mode on the Quake4.exe and enable Disable display scaling on high DPI settings. This ensures the game display fits your monitor properly.
Found this online: ClickYes software. Don't install!
It's supposed to automatically click Yes when a program uses Outlook to send e-mail. In my opinion, it's a very useless piece of software as one could simply disable the prompt in Outlook, or better, install a proper antivirus.